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The companion to the book Always In Tao, Features both Collected Thoughts and Mindful Like a Child in one book to add to your collection.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 40 Pages (401 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Oct 22nd, 2019
Have you ever stopped to consider how out of control the current student loan situation has become? Are you an incoming freshman just about to start college? Does the student loan situation seem like it's getting out of hand?
Does it bother you that things just seem to be getting harder and harder out there with college and finding the funds necessary to attend college? Many people are starting to wake up to the reality that student loans are more of a burden than a help. Every year thousands of students will graduate with student loan debt. And every year the price of tuition seems to keep increasing.
This book is a short read and it provides an overview of the current student loan crisis taking place in the country.
As a result of reading this book you will-
* Gain a better understanding of how student loans are becoming a huge burden
* Get a new perspective on a heavily debated topic
* Read 40 pages of content that is straight and to the point
* Find out if you have dug yourself into a financial pit as well as what you can do about it
* Learn some practical steps you can take to get out of this mess and improve your situation
Don't wait, get your hands on a copy of this book before it is too late!
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 41 Pages (1,432 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Oct 22nd, 2019
Chechik takes his unsuspecting readers on a journey throughout the human mind, from its deepest and darkest caverns to its brightest heights. In the great tradition of Platonic dialogues, the author, in his very first literary work, demonstrates surprisingly mature approach to the great questions haunting the human mind since the dawn of philosophy: the finiteness of human lives; individual's struggle with the forces of socialization; inter-generational relations; and the limits of human perceptions. Each of the dialogues in this book, between the author's adolescent and mature selves, is concluded with a thought-provoking question addressed to the readers.*
Is our life a prison where our own minds are the jailors?
Are we the heroes or the victims in our Play of Life?
To what extent do we actually make our existential decisions?
What preoccupies our minds predominantly?
Would our lives have been any different, once we knew when we are to die?
Do we search for the Truth, or just striving to bury our doubts?
This book unfolds a unique endeavor to face these and many other existential questions.
In the beginning, I wanted to create a void.
Following Decartes, who doubted away everything, dismissing all accumulated human knowledge to start his contemplation ex nihilo, I, too, wanted to start a dialogue with myself, striving for my true self.
Then, realizing that my current self will not suffice for such an endeavor, I decided my partner should be my older and wiser self, who grown sagacious by age and experience.
Our dialogues dealt with the human individual's freedom, sincerity, and adherence to one's truth at the face of social conventions.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 126 Pages (5,635 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Oct 22nd, 2019
Espionage has played a conspicuous and often memorable part in every war of history, but it was not until the Second World War that it became a kind of Fourth Estate of war. The nature and scope of this bitter conflict produced special armies that fought clandestinely behind the lines and on their own fronts.
Espionage was practiced by both sides, but only on the Allied side was it such a vast enterprise. This is understandable; in the occupied countries of Europe and Asia it was the only opportunity for the oppressed to defy and harm the oppressor. It was this spontaneous rebellion born in the soul of men and borne by their indomitable will to freedom that endowed the dubious business with an aura of decency and that justified its larcenies and homicides.
While this book deliberately refrains from drawing any conclusions, its facts -- projected against the giant screen of current history -- may still supply certain pragmatic lessons. The emphasis is on the facts. They are, as Churchill put it, so much better than dreams.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Size: 523 KB Lending: Not Enabled Added: Oct 22nd, 2019
In We Are Sew Powerful Jason and Cinnamon Miles take you on a journey around the world as they meet seamstresses and launch their struggle to help moms and daughters have a better life. From Romania, to Honduras, to Zambia - discover the reason behind their crusade to keep girls in school and mobilize seamstresses around the world to make a difference.
Jason & Cinnamon Miles are the founders of Sew Powerful, an innovative non-profit that is combating extreme poverty in Zambia through purposeful products that empower educational achievement. All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to directly support the Sew Powerful.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 248 Pages (3,689 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Oct 22nd, 2019
I hope you liked Part 2 of these chapters from 6 of my 12 books? A lot of people loved Part 1 so I decided to do another. Pick your favorites which are easy to purchase as paperback or e-books on my website link to Amazon. You can download them to any device. I assure you, you will enjoy the endings. www.excursionthemovie.com
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 40 Pages (430 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Oct 22nd, 2019
Not since the crimes of Jack the Ripper in 1888 has a British murderer made such a lasting impact on the world.
The Yorkshire Ripper holds one of the highest body counts in recent memory; 13 murders and a string of other attacks which would later yield additional deaths and tragedy. The frequency at which Peter Sutcliffe mercilessly took lives is something which few modern serial killers will ever surpass.
What makes Peter Sutcliffe a figure of terror is the fact that he is simply a working class everyman, but one who harboured a violent compulsion he was unable to control. The fact that the Yorkshire Ripper evaded capture for six years, despite being at the forefront of investigations, is a testament to his ability to hide in plain sight. It is Peter Sutcliffe's banality which adds an additional layer of fear to an already terrifying character.
The Yorkshire Ripper: Britain's Most Notorious Serial Killer is part of the Crimes of Pure Evil Series, which looks at the dark truth of some of the world's most horrific serial murderers.
"An uncomfortable but fascinating read"
"A must-read book for anyone interested in criminal psychology"
"A portrait of pure evil... "
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 143 Pages (1,329 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Oct 21st, 2019